STAGE TUBE: Roger Rees Says Acting is 'Fierce and Volatile' on THE GRAHAM SHOW, Part 2
In the second part of Roger Rees' appearance on THE GRAHAM SHOW, titled "The RSC & To Thine Own Self Be True," Roger shares surprising challenges he has faced as an actor, and he remembers his early years at The Royal Shakespeare Company alongside Judi Dench and Ben Kingsley and under the direction of Trevor Nunn.
In the interview, Graham asks: Why does Roger describe the life of an actor as "fierce and volatile"? What lessons did he learn about "finding his voice"? At what point in his career does Roger say he was the "flavor of the week"?
Rees' career started at the Royal Shakespeare Company, and he has since become one of the most respected talents in the business. From his Tony Award-winning performance on stage in The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby and his acclaimed roles on TV's Cheers and The West Wing, to his hilarious turn in Mel Brooks' Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Roger has collaborated with the biggest names in showbiz. Roger is the co-director of the Tony Award-winning play Peter and the Starcatcher and was most recently seen on Broadway as Gomez in The Addams Family.
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